3 Reasons Tennessee Titans will repeat as AFC South champions

Mike Vrabel, Tennessee Titans (Mandatory Credit: Troy Taormina-USA TODAY Sports)
Mike Vrabel, Tennessee Titans (Mandatory Credit: Troy Taormina-USA TODAY Sports) /
1 of 4
Tennessee Titans
Mike Vrabel, Jon Robinson, Tennessee Titans (USA TODAY Sports images) /

The 2021 Tennessee Titans are fully capable of winning the AFC South again.

Okay, they didn’t get the result that they wanted or the result that any of us were looking for. They exited the AFC Playoffs after only playing in one game, and that came after the campaign began with high hopes (they reached the AFC Championship Game and lost to the eventual Super Bowl Champions in 2019. Still, in some ways, the 2020 Tennessee Titans, though we may not want to admit it, have to see their 2020-2021 ride like a bit of a success story.

Derrick Henry fully entrenched himself as the NFL’s best running back. Ryan Tannehill made strides. AJ Brown proved that he could be a force to be reckoned with. The Titans even improved their regular-season win total from nine games in 2019 to 11 in 2020. Now comes the fun part.

Titans fans can be witnesses to yet another defining moment in their favorite team locking themselves in as one of the premier teams not just in the AFC but in the entire NFL.

Tennessee hasn’t notched consecutive double-digit winning seasons since they did so in 2007 and 2008. can you believe a ten-win season in 2007 earned them a third-place finish?

Well, even with that being said, this team has a nice nucleus of talent, and they can only get better in the upcoming NFL Draft when they add a few pieces. They have the right GM in Jon Robinson. They have the right coach in Mike Vrabel. This team is going places, and it starts with a season-long march to a second-consecutive AFC South title. You heard it here first.

Write it down. Take a picture. This is how they get it done.